Sexual Self-disclosure and Gender Consciousness of Undergraduate Students of Obafemi Awolowo University

S. A. Oluwatosin, A. A. Adediwura

Abstract


The study investigated gender consciousness and sexual self-disclosure of undergraduate students attending counseling sessions as well as gender difference in sexual self disclosure.
Sixty (60) consenting undergraduates who had attended counseling session for sexual concerns in the last three months preceding this study period were used for the Snell (1996) were used to collect data for the study
The results showed that the relationship between sexual self-disclosure to therapist and gender consciousness is a weak but positive relationship (Pearson and Kendal tau correlation coefficients: r=0.15 and 0.12, respectively). There was a significant but negative relationship between students’ sexual self-disclosure and the therapist sex (r= -0.52 and b =0.37). Also difference in sexual self disclosure between male and female clients showed a non significant t-test of t = 0.20.
The study showed a trend in clients’ psychological androgyny (neither strongly male nor strongly female) inclination to gender consciousness and self-disclosure.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5430/wje.v1n2p126

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World Journal of Education
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